BMW F 650 GS 2011 For Sale

However, all of that changed in 2011 when Ford added 12% displacement to the 6.7L Cummins B-series While injection systems and valves have undergone radical changes over the years, one constant with the Cummins B-series has been the displacement of the units. A 5.9L-powered F650 puts forth 269 horsepower at 2,550 rpm, and it provides 594 pound-feet of torque at 2,300 rpm. Engine aspects such as cylinder heads, emissions equipment, injection systems, and turbos, have all experienced dramatic improvement in the two decades since their inception. However, a great deal has changed since 1989.

In terms of design, the 5.9L Cummins B-series engines are essentially the same engines introduced in the 1989 Dodge pickup truck lineup. The 5.9L is the, standard, engine option, and most of the advertised price quotes reflect that. There's the old but reliable 5.9L Cummins diesel engine, the recently updated and innovated 6.7L Cummins diesel engine, and a 7.2L Caterpillar diesel engine that packs the punch need to tackle the most difficult jobs. This Class 6/7 truck comes with the customer's choice of three engines.

However, that hasn't stopped truck enthusiasts from seeing other potential, and aftermarket packages have resulted in an F650 for sale that is a lot like Navistar's International CXT, which they cancelled in 2011. As they did with the F600, Ford intends the F650 as a commercial vehicle with a focus on towing and heavy hauling that can meet the needs of the world's largest construction projects.  Ford introduced the F650 for sale in 2000 as replacement for the F600 super truck.